A Framework for a Fundamental Theory?
Dean L. Sinclair
Abstract. A model called the "Oscillator/Substance Model" which may provide a framework for a comprehensive theory uniting the fields of physical science. Its basic tenet is "All existence is the result of sequential 'action-reaction-action' interactions within a Substance/Substrate of undefined basic composition and extent." This continued "sequential equilibration" results in constant motion such that the system is composed of/controlled by oscillators. Some of these oscillators are vortexes which have long term stability. Their interactions result in "Matter." Among the results of this view are an explanation for "charges," and the related defiinition of the size, shape and form of electrons and protons; a solution to the problem of the "Four Forces of Nature," and an explanation of the "Matter of the Missing Anti-matter." More details of the developmental process which led to this model, the definitions which arise from it and the relationship to some of the other theoretical approaches is also covered, as well as some other implications of the model in various areas. For one example: What may be a very basic reason the Hadron Collider has a rather low probability of ever being able to fulfill its original mission is mentioned. Much of the information covered in the paper is available in a number of short "pages at